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[audio]Technically Speaking (April 7, 2014) - Drew Gates, Jason McMullan, and Mike Fagan
Topics discussed on today's show were Sony's DMCA takedown requests for the Blender Foundation's animated short "Sintel," the impending end of Windows XP (which led to an off-topic discussion on piracy of software, music, and movies), and Amazon's two new offerings, the FireTV and AmazonDash. For more info, check out the show below.Technically Speaking is your weekly source for technology news and discussion...
Keywords: technology; whus; radio; tech; technically; speaking; news; public affairs; UConn; University of Connecticut; Huskies; Windows XP; Amazon; Amazon Dash; FireTV; Sony; Blender Foundation; Sintel; Drew Gates; Jason McMullan; Mike Fagan
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[movies]tweakers / 1907 / Sintel
Sintel is een korte animatiefilm van de Blender Foundation en gemaakt met het opensource 3d-renderingpakket Blender. Sintel is uitgebracht op basis van een Creative Commons Attribution 3.0-licentie.
Keywords: tweakers; 1907; Sintel is een korte animatiefilm van de Blender Foundation en gemaakt met het opensource 3d-renderingpakket Blender. Sintel is uitgebracht op basis van een Creative Commons Attribution 3.0-licentie
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[texts]Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise - Terry Hancock
Free PDF E-book version of Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise, by Free Software Magazine columnist Terry Hancock. 290 pages with 94 illustrations Available in paperback or hardback from Free Software Magazine Press. Additional information at: http://fsmsh.com/2770 From the cover: How did they do that? Six “impossible things”: GNU/Linux, Wikipedia, the Creative Commons, the Blender Foundation, Open Hardware, and the OLPC/Sugar project...
Keywords: free software; open source; free culture; commons-based peer production; commons-based enterprise; Free Software Magazine; Blender Foundation; Blender Open Movies; Wikipedia; Project Gutenberg; Open Hardware; One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; licensing; copyleft; hosting; marketing; design; online community; Debian GNU/Linux; GNU General Public License; Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; TAPR Open Hardware License; collective patronage; women in free software; Creative Commons; OScar; C,mm,n; Free Software Foundation; Open Source Initiative; Freedom Defined; Free Software Definition; Debian Free Software Guidelines; Sourceforge; Google Code; digital rights management; digital restrictions management; technological protection measures; DRM; TPM; linux; gnu; manifesto
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